Before planning a transformation for your wedding day:Be realistic: We can’t transform overnight, so consider your time frame and what is realistic for your body type. Think long term: Far out from...
Health and Beauty
You’ve found a gown which fits perfectly, employed a star make-up artist, booked your hair appointment, and found the best photographer. The last thing you want now is to wake up on the morning of...
Dunedin’s Jemma Moran has been named New Zealand Beauty Therapist of the year. She gives Brittany Pooley some summer skincare tips.
You’ve found a gown which fits perfectly, employed a star make-up artist, booked your hair appointment and found the best photographer, the last thing you want is to wake up on the morning of your...
Brides always look marvellous on their wedding day, which has a lot to do with how happy they are. But a health and beauty plan drawn up to begin in the six months leading up to the wedding ensures against last-minute weight, hair and makeup issues. Here are some tips:
Many brides adopt a beauty plan before the wedding, particularly if they are calling on professionals in the health and beauty fields. Here are some ideas: Six months before SKIN PROBLEMS: Tackle any skin problems now with a visit to the pharmacist, GP or a skin specialist, depending on the difficulty.
All brides are beautiful. But, unless they are among the fortunate few, they will have put in some preparation for their wedding day!
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Some brides will have arranged for a professional makeup artist and hairstylist to complete her and her attendants' makeup and hair.